Talking about iGeneration Podcast Series

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Talking about iGeneration the Podcast Series

 

Episode 1: My Generation by Michael Godfrey

Each generation has it’s own name shaped on their generational differences. The baby boomers would be my grandparents,
my parents are Millennials, and I am Generation Z or iGen.

Each decade is often shaped by wars and cultural conflict. From WW II for the Greatest Generation, Vietnam and the Fall of Communism for Gen X, and Millennial shaped by the terrorist attacks on American soil and school shootings.

But this generation is different. Imagine an entire generation that has grown up having cable, YouTube, the internet, social media and each holding a personal cell phone. The war within our culture is not outside our doors but exist right in our phones.

This podcast series will take a look at the difference between the generations focusing on iGens distinction of the most
unique group in history.

This is “talking about iGen” a complete look at the differences in our youth culture and thinking how it will affect our future.

Music for this episode is A Day to Remember from bensound.com. KRHS Media is sponsored by the Ritenour School District.

 

 

Episode 2 : Anxiety by Jeffery Flanders

“Anxiety disorders affect one in eight children. Research shows that untreated children with anxiety disorders are at higher risk to perform poorly in school, miss out on important social experiences, and engage in substance abuse,” according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

Junior Jeff Flanders takes a hard look at the increasing amount of diagnosis in the iGen Population of those suffering from Anxiety.

 

Episode 3: Parenting by Michael Duda

Sophomore Michael Duda shares an opinion on what is missing in parenting today. Duda provides his own experience of what he sees happening in our “I” culture and the way it is detaching parents from parenting.

National Day of Unplugging is a movement for families to drop technology and spend more time communicating. For more information you can go to  https://www.nationaldayofunplugging.com/ or https://www.nationaldayofunplugging.com/unplug-youth for specific ideas for uniting families.

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